Roma’s Tammy Abraham crashes Porsche into another car just weeks after fine

Tammy Abraham has reportedly crashed his Porsche Cayenne into another car on the way to training with AS Roma on Monday.

On his way to the ground, the forward is reported to have hit a small car. Abraham checked the condition of the woman inside and both were able to part ways unharmed.

Indeed, reports suggest that no one was injured and police intervention was unnecessary.

The news, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, comes less than two months after the former Chelsea striker was fined £660 for speeding in Putney, west London.

Abraham was driving over double the 20mph speed limit in his black Lamborghini in November and was reprimanded by police.

The English star moved from the Blues last summer to join Roma for £34million.

The 24-year-old has enjoyed some spellbinding performances for Jose Mourinho’s side this season but has lacked a little consistency.

He’s scored 12 goals in 25 goals for all competitions this campaign- but Roma have dropped down to sixth in the table after starting the season in fine form.

Under Frank Lampard, Abraham was his first-choice striker. But when Tuchel joined, he found himself slowly drifting down the pecking order, before eventually making the move to the Serie A.

In October, he spoke about his time in west London.

“I think the easy option would’ve been to stick around and sit down,” Abraham said.

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“Chelsea’s a massive club, they will compete and try to win trophies so the easy option would’ve been to do that.

“I realised that I needed to go out and prove myself, I needed to play some games. I took a decision and it was the right one."

Abraham continued: “I think at first it’s quite tough to deal with. You’ve gone from playing regularly to not being in the mix and not even making the bench sometimes. I got to a point where I had to sit down and talk to myself. I was going out to train and I was doing it for me.

“I was going to train to better myself because it’s easy to throw a strop, to be angry around the place, to be a bad egg."

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